Don't-Miss Health & fitness software Stories
The Microsoft Band and Health apps will begin comparing your fitness to a cross-section of your peers. And if you don't have a Band, no problem -- the Health app will use your iPhone or Android phone, instead.
The food's not changing, but, the burger chain dreams of a better restaurant experience through technology.
The move comes after the company unveiled a developer framework to create apps for medical research
At least a few thousand people are interested enough in Apple's new ResearchKit framework to participate in a medical study.
Apple will not see any of the health data collected by apps developed with ResearchKit
It straps to your waist and provides instant feedback for any sport that rewards vertical leap.
Intel pledges to help ALS victims communicate via a developer kit that it's creating in partnership with SwiftKey. The kit has already doubled Hawking's typing speed.
Unlike Apple, Facebook doesn’t want to track your vitals. Yet.
Apple has added a list of rules about how developers can use HealthKit, HomeKit, and keyboard data. And those rules could help it win over consumers.
The Nike+ Running app will let users track their routes and get “cheers” from Facebook friends while leaving their phones at home
The first health app for Android Wear lets users shake their watch to report back that they took their medicines as instructed.
Google unleashed a torrent of fresh features and products and its annual I/O keynote. Here's a round-up of all the news and new platforms.
Google's new "Fit" service would bring together your health data from various apps and devices, according to a Forbes report.
Apple's doing it, Samsung's doing it, and now Google wants to store your day-to-day health data too.